Courtney Davis

Associate IIDA, WELL AP

Courtney Davis obtained her Master of Interior Architecture degree from ASU in 2019.  She is fascinated by the impact of the spaces we inhabit, and their potential to create a more functional, supportive, healthy, and just society.  She has collaborated with several non-profits to support their missions with design strategies that enhance individual as well as community health and well-being.  Ms. Davis has also been a member of an ensemble theatre company for over a decade, whose focus is community engagement through art, and civic practice.  She brings skills of communication, collaboration, and engagement strategies to her design practice.

EDUCATION

Master of Interior Architecture

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Arizona State University

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts

Minor, Creative Writing

Virginia Polytechnic and State University

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

2019 Outstanding Graduate Student | Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

2019 Design Excellence Recipient | ASU Design School

2018 Design Excellence Recipient | ASU Design School

2017 Design Excellence Nominee | ASU Design School

2016 Design Excellence Recipient | ASU Design School

SELECT EXPERIENCE  

City of Goodyear Civic Square City Hall and Library (125,000 sft)

Highlights: Programming, Space Planning

U.S. State Department Consulate Compound, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (138,000 sft)

Highlights:  Space Planning, FFE selection, custom stone tile design + planning, compliance with U.S. Government standards.

*George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center – Phoenix,  Arizona

Highlights:  Collaborated with the museum’s stakeholders in designing a multi-phase master plan for renovation and utilization of the historic building and site.

*Chrysalis Shelter – Phoenix, Arizona

Highlights:  Select furniture and generate FFE specifications and schedules.  Programmed common areas of the shelter to encourage clients to use community spaces.

*Chrysalis Shelter Transitional Housing Renovation Project – Phoenix, Arizona

Highlights:  Selected finishes for complete renovation and brought apartment up to ADA compliance.  Created a Trauma Informed design strategy in coordination with staff and social workers.  Selected and installed furnishings.

*denotes projects while at Arizona State University